Dec 6, 2012 8:22 PM by Dave Hovde

Windy but warm temps to end the week, rain could return the middle of next week

Offshore winds are developing, and will be locally windy at times overnight into the early morning hours. NE winds 15-25 for coastal areas with some gusts to 35mph (pass and canyon areas).

This will clear out skies near the coast but inland areas will see overnight areas of clouds and fog again before clearing in the mid morning.

Highs will range from the lower to mid 70s near the coast and coastal valleys to the lower to middle 60s in the inland valleys.

The weekend offshore flow will not be as gusty but daytime highs still manage lower 70s near the coast with inland temps warming into the upper 60s.

Computer models have finally changed their tune on rain in the extended forecast. Rain is possible in the middle of next week.



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